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BBC Breakfast stars Dan Walker and Sally Nugent will be able to enjoy eased Covid restrictions on the show after a long period of following strict rules
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BBC Breakfast Stars Dan Walker joked that he’ll have to put up with the smells he hates when Covid restrictions start to ease.
Next month, his presenter and co-host will be Sally Nugent – who has replaced Louise Minchin after she quits – will be able to ditch their laptop and use the hidden monitor in the coffee table to update.
This move will make them look a little more friendly – but it has a downside for Dan.
He said: “Sally’s coffee is much stronger than Louise’s coffee. I can’t stand the smell of coffee. I have never had a drink in my life.
“I don’t like it. So the smell of Sally’s coffee at 6 a.m. is the worst thing about her.”
Then he made the conversation more positive and added: “The best thing about working with Sally, and this is like Louise, it’s never a fight. If you watch some TV combo, they’re vying for space or the spotlight”. ”
Meanwhile, Dan’s obviously annoying habit is to play Wordle for the 30-second interval between shows, but that’s already what most people do when they have time.
Sally has been on the show for years and is an obvious choice as a host as she’s already been loved by audiences for her sports coverage and in-depth interviews with big names.
After graduating from college, Sally worked as a reporter at BBC Merseyside Radio before moving to BBC North West Tonight as a sports presenter and did his first TV interview with Wayne Rooney when he was 16 years old.
She joined the BBC television program in 2003 and has been co-host on the red sofa Breakfast since 2011. Last year, she won the Royal Television Society Award for Interviewed soccer player Marcus Rashford about ending child poverty and behind the rugby hero Rob Burrow’s campaign. neuronal disease.
Rob’s friend and former teammate Kevin Sinfield praised Sally for her help, and she finished Kevin’s 101-mile run from Leicester to Leeds to raise funds for the MND Association.
Kevin said: “BBC Breakfast has done a fantastic job, with Dan and Sally convincing everyone behind it.”
About Marcus, she said: “He was a wonderful kid. He found in BBC Breakfast a place where he could be honest and talk to people who might have the same upbringing and make a difference. ”
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Sally attributes her success to being chatty and was raised in the Wirral to “not treat people differently” whether they’re famous or not. But even at 50, she still thinks she has room for improvement.
“I learn something new every day,” she said. “I learned a lot from Dan. Dan was very generous.
“The only way you can do this work and improve is to make mistakes, move on, get better every day. You can prepare it all the night before, but once the red light comes on, only two of us.
“You can’t do this job unless you trust the person you’re sitting next to 100%.”
Sally’s alarm goes off at 3:30am and she leaves her home in Cheshire at 4:10am, while her husband, 14-year-old son and cavapoo are asleep. After a bowl of onion porridge at 5:50, she aired until 9:13.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/bbc-breakfasts-dan-walker-jokes-26302977 BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker jokes he can't stand the smell of Sally Nugent's coffee